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  • June 15, 2015

    Posted by Paul Branagan at 6/15/2015

    Week of June 15– June 19, 2015 

    Hello Sachems! I hope you had a great weekend! This will be the final bulletin of the 2014-2015 school year. Words can’t express how proud I am for each of you for FinishingSTRONG! We have the final push for this year as you are preparing for your final exams, which will be held on Thursday and Friday of this week. I know you are ready to achieve greatness this semester! You have shown true Sachem Pride in everything you have done this year. Be proud of your accomplishments. You have earned a well-deserved rest and I hope you have the best of the summer vacation! I will be counting down the days to get you back here to your home away from home…MHS! Here are a few items for the week ahead. J

    1.  Sachem Shout-Out:
      • Congratulations to the MHS Baseball Team who had one of the most exciting games in MHS History with an incredible win again Medfield. The Baseball Team was named the Division II South Sectional Champions. The Sachems will play for the State Title on Wednesday, June 17 at 5:00pm at the Brockton Rox Stadium at Brockton High School.
      • Congratulations to the MHS Television Production Students for their incredible sweep at the MOVE Contest last week! You have made your school proud! 
    1. Final Exams ~ June 18 & 19, 2015
      • Final exams will take place on Thursday and Friday of this week. The exam schedule will be as follows:

                                              i.    Thursday, June 18 ~ Blocks 1 & 2 ~ Orange Day (FULL DAY)

    1.     Block 1 Exam ~ 7:20 – 8:55am

    2.     Block 2 Exam ~ 9:00 – 10:30am

                                             ii.    Friday, June 19 ~ Blocks 3 & 4 ~ Orange Day (HALF DAY)

    1.     Block 3 Exam ~ 7:20 – 9:00am

    2.     Block 4 Exam ~ 9:20 – 11:00am

      • Please be reminded that dismissal will take place at 11:00am on Friday ONLY!
      • It is my expectation that our hallways are quiet during exams. Please be respectful of testing, which is taking place throughout the school.
    1. Advanced Placement Night ~ June 18, 2015
      • For those students who are enrolling in an advanced placement course for the upcoming year, there is a mandatory meeting for you and your parent/guardian on Thursday, June 18 at 6:30pm. This meeting is to review the expectations of your respective AP course. Please mark your calendar. 
    1. Class of 2016 ~ Senior Class Trip to Florida
      • Do not forget to sign-up for the Class of 2016 Senior Class Trip to Florida over April vacation! Sign-up with me in the main office! You do not want to miss out on this one-in-a-lifetime experience.
    1.  School Materials:
      • It is very important that you return all school materials, such as textbooks, and athletic equipment. Anything that is not returned will result in having your name placed on the debt list. Please do not forget to return your textbooks to your teachers. 
    1.  Summer Enrichment:
      • This year, your summer enrichment work will encompass three different assignments for students in English, Math and Science. This work will be based on skills that we believe as a school will help guide you through the beginning of the upcoming year. Your summer information and assignments can be accessed from the Middleborough High School website and literature will be sent home with report cards in late June. All summer enrichment assignments are due on September 8, 2015.
      • Please check out the MHS website and click on the Parent & Student Tab to locate all of your materials electronically. 
    1.  StartSTRONG Program:
      • Just a reminder to the many of you serving as Orientation Leaders this summer. The mandatory meeting for all orientation leaders will be held on Monday, June 15, 2015 in the MHS Auditorium! 

    Have a great SUMMER and be good to each other! I will be counting down the days to get you back here to MHS! Be safe!


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News (updated 7/1/15)

  • S. Kubik

    Mrs. Suzie Kubik
    was named one of the winners of the prestigious
    Presidential Award for Excellence in
    Mathematics and Science Teaching

    This is a huge honor for Mrs. Kubik and a wonderful celebration of our school and community. I am so happy that the selection committee noticed the gift we have with Mrs. Kubik! She is truly a teachers-teacher and a role model and inspiration for all! We are so very lucky to know that Mrs. Kubik wears the Black and Orange!
    Congratulations to Mrs. Kubik for this wonderful and
    well-deserved achievement.

    Middleborough is one lucky place!



    Office of the Press Secretary


    July 1, 2015

    President Obama Honors Outstanding Mathematics and Science Teachers


    WASHINGTON, DC -- President Obama today named 108 mathematics and science teachers as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. This year’s awardees represent all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Territories, and the Department of Defense Education Activity schools. The educators will receive their awards at a Washington, DC, event later this summer.

    The Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching is awarded annually to outstanding K-12 science and mathematics teachers from across the country. The winners are selected by a panel of distinguished scientists, mathematicians, and educators following an initial selection process done at the state level. Each year the award alternates between teachers teaching kindergarten through 6th grade and those teaching 7th through 12th grades. The awardees named today teach 7th through 12th grade.

    Winners of this Presidential honor receive a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation to be used at their discretion. They also are invited to Washington, DC, for an awards ceremony, as well educational and celebratory events, and visits with members of the Administration.

    "These teachers are shaping America’s success through their passion for math and science,” President Obama said. “Their leadership and commitment empower our children to think critically and creatively about science, technology, engineering, and math. The work these teachers are doing in our classrooms today will help ensure that America stays on the cutting edge tomorrow.”

    President Obama is strengthening education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields in order to fully harness the promise our Nation’s students. Investing in exemplary teachers like these awardees is vital to inspiring the next generation of explorers and innovators. That’s why President Obama launched the “Educate to Innovate” campaign, which has garnered more than $1 billion in financial and in-kind support for STEM programs. It is also why the President has called for preparing 100,000 excellent science and mathematics teachers over the next decade, leading to the creation of “100kin10,” a coalition of leading corporations, philanthropies, universities, service organizations, and others working to train and retain STEM teachers across the Nation. In addition, the President’s proposed STEM Master Teacher Corps aims to leverage the expertise of some of our nation’s best and brightest teachers in science and mathematics to elevate the teaching of these subjects nationwide. 


    Suzanne Kubik, Middleboro High School  :)

    Susannah Cowden, Roxbury Preparatory Charter School


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